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NALP Members in the News: Massey Services Partners with BioAssured

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Massey Services Partners with BioAssured

Massey Services, based in Orlando, Florida, has partnered with BioAssured to launch a long-lasting disinfecting system for buildings.

BioAssured was created in response to COVID-19 and creates a standard of sanitization across all industries and markets.

Massey Services technicians are trained and certified to apply a two-step electrostatic treatment to all BioAssured buildings. The two-step treatment starts with the application of an EPA Registered cleaner and disinfectant (listed on schedule N) which has demonstrated effectiveness against viruses similar to SARS-CoV2 or human coronavirus. Then a non-leaching durable biostatic finish is applied using nano-technology to bond and protect the surface against microorganisms such as mold, mildew, and bacteria for a minimum of 30 days.

“This unique process provides a significant advantage for our customers by reducing the cost and disruption with ongoing disinfection of surfaces,” says Tony Massey, president of Massey Services.

These buildings that have been cleaned become BioAssured Certified and all BioAssured buildings must maintain reapplication treatments every 30 days with randomized quality checks and assessments.

BioAssured’s process was developed in collaboration with Healthe, the creators of the patented line of Cleanse Far-UVC products. The process includes a scientific assessment of each location with a suite of recommendations that include a 2-step cleaning and disinfection process in combination with the deployment of Far-UVC technology. Far-UVC is the safest way to continuously decrease contamination and sanitize surfaces and air.

“We are delighted to partner with BioAssured on this comprehensive and innovative surface and air decontamination system,” Massey says. “Our goal is to help our customers to open their business with the confidence and assurance that their customers and employees are protected. Our corporate headquarters, located in Orlando, Florida, is the first building in the United States to earn a BioAssured Certification.”

WorkWave Releases Industry-Specific Solution for Green Industry and Introduces Online Review Platform

WorkWave, a provider of cloud-based software solutions, has released WorkWave Service Lawn & Landscape. It was designed in conjunction with WorkWave’s current landscape customers to ensure the software created met the unique requirements of the industry and enabled increased efficiency and profitability.

With the industry-specific platform, users can improve their digital presence and drive new sales through online booking while customers can gather quotes and book services online. End users can also keep customers updated on when crews are on their way by sending texts, have customers confirm appointments and know where employees are when they start a job with geotagging. Teams can also access WorkWave Service whether they are in the office or on-the-go.

The platform has also been designed to save time and improve cash flow with integrated payment options such as emailing invoices with an Epay link after a job is complete, collecting bulk payments at the end of the workday and taking payments digitally.

Additionally, WorkWave has also introduced its new Online Reviews platform with updated features and functionality. This new platform allows companies to gather and respond to reviews online. Companies can generate and send customer surveys through the platform and access the background information they need to respond to negative reviews based on their own understanding of the customer and their history with the company.

BOB-CAT Offers “Mow Forward” Campaign for Lawn Care Professionals

BOB-CAT’s “Mow Forward” campaign aims to support and encourage lawn care professionals who are facing concerns in the industry due to recent events.

The “Mow Forward” landing page features curated information about state regulations, safety recommendations and other information from industry experts and medical professionals. The website also includes financing and rebate programs that help professionals get the equipment they need — even in uncertain times. 

“We feel for our customers who are in unprecedented situations, but we also believe in them, that they can power through,” says Dan Riddle, marketing manager for BOB-CAT. “This campaign reminds them that they’re not alone, and they have the resources to succeed.”

To learn more about the “Mow Forward” campaign, visit

Jill Odom

Jill Odom is the senior content manager for NALP.